And today I'll be reviewing
Yvresse by Yves Saint-Laurent.
This scent has a gorgeous,
fruity character to it,
and I'd recommend it for spring
and summer wear primarily.
The top notes of the fragrance
are nectarine and lychee fruit,
and these notes progress into
florals of violet and rose.
Then, in the base, you have
a strong patchouli note.
Overall, this scent is
classy, feminine, and bright.
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Yvresse Perfume by Yves Saint Laurent, Indulge in the rich and luxurious scent that is Yvresse, a majestic women’s fragrance.
This intoxicating perfume mixes a myriad of fruity, floral, spicy, earthy and aromatic accords for a stunningly complex and exquisite result that’s impossible to ignore. Top notes are peach, nectarine, apricot, caraway seeds, exotic anise and cooling mint leaves which create a dazzling start that’s sweet, vibrant and electrifying all at once. Middle notes of powdery
violet, breezy lily-of-the-valley, warm cinnamon, rose oil, iris, jasmine, litchi, elegant rose and carnation infuse the elixir with a decadent floral bouquet with a hint of Oriental spice for added flair. Finally, base notes of styrax, milky coconut, benzoin, fresh-cut cedar, white musk, vetiver, patchouli, oakmoss, golden amber and sweet vanilla complete the vast array of ingredients for a lush, inviting fragrance that’s old-fashioned and charming without losing its modern edge.
This hypnotizing perfume was developed by the expert Sophia Grojsman for the French fashion house of Yves Saint Laurent. It was launched in 1993, though it was originally simply called, “Champagne.” All products are original, authentic name brands. We do not sell knockoffs or imitations.
History and background of Yves Saint Laurent. Born in 1936, Yves Saint Laurent grew up in Oran, Algeria. At 17, he left for Paris where he showed his drawings to Michel de Brunhoff, director of Vogue, who published several of them immediately. Following a stint at fashion school, Saint Laurent was introduced to Christian Dior by de Brunhoff and he went on to work for Dior until his death in 1957.
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